Photos! FutureMuseum and Bristol Food Network at Bristol Harbour Festival

The celebrated Wunderkammión was back on the quays at this year’s Harbour Festival with a new exhibition about food sovereignty in early 21st century Bristol. Produced in collaboration with the Bristol Food Network, the exhibition featured documents and artefacts from the many grass roots projects that helped pioneer urban food sufficiency around in the early days of the movement. From growers like the The Severn Project and Edible Futures to educational projects such as Lawrence Weston Community Farm and the Hartcliffe Health and Action Group, or the remarkable Pedal Powered Transport company, small social enterprises and non-profits helped lay the ground for the sustainable urban food production we see today.

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